Aontas aims to boost lifelong learning

Aontas is the organisation that promotes adult learning

4th September, 2016
Niamh OReilly, chief executive, Aontas Marc O'Sullivan

Aontas, the organisation that promotes adult learning, is calling for an increase in the participation in lifelong learning in Ireland.

As part of its work, Aontas has served as Ireland’s national coordinator for the European Agenda for Adult Learning (EAAL) since 2014, and the current project, Learning Today for a Better Tomorrow (2015-2017), aims to increase the participation rate in lifelong learning with a variety of innovative promotional activities.

“As a country, we must...

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